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Villager-Show-Report,-2008

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									Flower and Produce Show, 2008

     FLOWER AND PRODUCE SHOW
             TROPHIES

Two trophies in memory of Gilbert Talbot:

THE TALBOT CUP :             Shena Luck
Runner-up:                   Paul Chilton
[The Talbot Cup is awarded on a points system,
but may not be won by the same person for two
years running.]
TALBOT ROSE BOWL : Madeline Sanger
[For the best rose exhibit.]

JOAN SHEARD CUP:              Poppy Green
[Best under-16 entry in an adult class.]

JUNIOR TROPHIES

ENVIRONMENT GROUP SHIELD: Freddie
Clamp-Gray [For best poster]
9-12 YEARS: Amelia & Camilla Butterfield
5-8 YEARS: Georgia Wornham

SWAN ALLOTMENT CUP: Mrs Beverley
Charlton. [Judged the week before the show.]
PRODUCE SHOW RESULTS – 2008
Flower Arranging. Judge: Mrs Pam Seymour
1. A miniature arrangement. 1. Olive Sutcliffe 2. Shena Luck 3.
Win Glendenning.
2. “Oranges and lemons”: arrangement for a hall table. 1. Shena
Luck 2. Olive Sutcliffe 3. Win Glendenning.
3. A bowl of floating flowers. 1. Shena Luck 2. Camilla
Butterfield 3. Alison Cowley.
4. An arrangement of garden flowers (novices only). 1. Malcolm
Sutcliffe 2. Lynn Debney 3. Malcolm Sutcliffe.
5. MEN ONLY Arrangement in a jug. 1. James Davys 2.
Malcolm Sutcliffe 3. Paul Chilton.

Flowers and Vegetables.
Judges: David Seymour & Albert Reed

6. Animal or bird made from vegetables (judged by popular vote).
J.P.Butterfield.
7. Cottage Garden Favourites. 1. Mrs D.Gurney 2. Shena Luck 3.
Mrs D.Gurney
8. HT rose. 1. Madeline Sanger 2. Shena Luck 3. Paul Chilton
9. Multi-headed rose. 1. Shena Luck 2. Sue Hunt 3. Mrs D.
Gurney
10. Flowering shrub.1. James Davys 2. Rosemary Greasby 3. St
Agatha‟s Church
11. Potted plant – 1 & 2 Helena Varley 3. Shena Luck
12. Dish of soft fruit. 1. Paul Chilton 2. Viola Crowe 3. Alec
McGivan.
13. Box of vegetables – 3 varieties. 1. Paul Chilton 2. Shena Luck
3. John Rodda
14. Box of salad vegetables. 1. John Bloomfield 2. Shena Luck 3.
Rosemary Greasby
15. 3 courgettes. 1. Paul Chilton 2. & 3 Alec McGivan.
16. 6 potatoes. 1. John Bloomfield 2. Tony Debney 3. John
Bloomfield.
17. 6 pods broad beans. 1. John Rodda 2. John Bloomfield 3.
Tony Debney
18. 4 named herbs. 1. John Rodda 2. Jill Brooks 3. Madeline
Sanger.
19. Pick of the crop: one vegetable and one flower 1. Shena Luck
2. Tony Debney 3. Paul Chilton.
Cookery. Judge: Mrs Jean Calvin-Thomas
20. A jar of marmalade. 1. Annabel Rodda 2. Shena Luck 3. Jane
Hawker
21. Six bread rolls (handmade). 1. Shena Luck 2. Rosemary
Greasby.
22. A loaf of fruit bread (machine made). 1. Charles Hunt.
23. MEN ONLY: Chocolate cake. 1. David Greasby.
24. LADIES ONLY: Victoria Sponge Sandwich Cake. 1. Jessica
Lynch. 2. Sue Hunt. 3. Alison Cowley.

Photography. Judge : Kevin McCarthy
25. „Holiday.‟ 1. Karen Mason 2. Alec McGivan 3. Tats Hawker.
26. Four photos on the theme of Brightwell-cum-Sotwell. 1.
David Greasby 2. Leandra Briggs 3. John Rodda.
27. „The joys of gardening‟. 1. Josephine Butterfield 2. Poppy
Green 3. Kate Gupta.
28. „Make us smile‟. 1. Keith Brooks 2. Paul Chilton 3. Camilla
Butterfield.

Junior Section. Judges: Pat and Keith Owen.
9-12 year olds
29. Poster: Eight ways to save the planet. 1. Freddie Clamp-Gray
2 & 3. Camilla Butterfield.
30. Photo: My favourite place in Brightwell-cum-Sotwell. 1 & 2.
Amelia Butterfield 3. Camilla Butterfield.
31. Junk model: the car of the future. 1. Amelia Butterfield 2 =
Camilla Butterfield (x 2 ). 3. Amelia Butterfield.

5-8 year olds
32. A painting or drawing of a pet. 1. Isobel Mason 2. Lizzie
Bloomfield 3. William Greasby.
33. An edible animal. 1. Georgia Wornham.
34. 3 decorated biscuits. 1. Georgia Wornham.

Under fives
35. A model of my house made from junk. 1. Louis Wornham 2.
Harriet [Allsorts] 2. Allsorts [no name].
36. A Painted Pebble 1. Max Fuller 2. David Govan 3. Keita
O‟Hanlon.
37. A collage on a recycling theme. 1. Josiah Mason 2. Louis
Wornham 3. Scarlet Kemp.

								
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